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    Biggest I have seen is a 50 gallon tote and that...

    Biggest I have seen is a 50 gallon tote and that won't fit our 3 string bales: http://www.lowes.com/pd_314139-61896-314139_0__

    Wheelie bins big enough to fit them would also be impossible to reach...
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    bale bag or bale... cupboard?

    My bale bag has given up the ghost finally after many years of stalwart service. I usually keep 1 or 2 bales in the feed area at the boarding barn, one "naked" and one cut open, in the bag, fed a...
  3. Poll: In the UK:...

    In the UK: http://www.horsedeals.co.uk/horse-selling/2013/7/top-legal-tips-on-selling-a-horse/

    "When selling a horse in the course of business the Sale of Goods Act 1979 imposes terms that...
  4. I know this is an old thread but I didn't want to...

    I know this is an old thread but I didn't want to make a new one to update the info. Just back from a week in Paris and did some horsey stuff:

    PADD - 2 nice shops
    177 Boulevard Haussmann
    and
    14...
  5. Factor 30 for day, and for night I put 50/50...

    Factor 30 for day, and for night I put 50/50 coconut oil and shea butter in a little glass jar in the microwave for a few mins. and let it set. Best and cheapest night moisturizer ever.
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    As it was explained to me in the 1980s when I was...

    As it was explained to me in the 1980s when I was showing Working Hunters and field hunting in the UK the saddle should fit so well that no pad or cloth is needed.

    Boots were also disallowed as...
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    For me personally the hoof is less harmed by...

    For me personally the hoof is less harmed by pulling a clinch through (IMEX clinches straighten pulling through) than by having wall thinned every six week by a) rasping the clinches off and b)...
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    1. Your hair takes TOO LONG! 25 mins/day is...

    1. Your hair takes TOO LONG! 25 mins/day is what? 11.5 hours a month! 140 hrs a year! Almost 6 full days of hair drying 24 hours a day! My mind is boggled. :lol:
    2. Take a Benadryl every night for...
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    Oxytocin. Next!

    Oxytocin. Next!
  10. Yes Potrero is warmer. You can often be out in...

    Yes Potrero is warmer. You can often be out in tees when the rest of the city is under a blanket if fog.
  11. You're gonna love P Hill (aka Goat Hill)! PM me...

    You're gonna love P Hill (aka Goat Hill)! PM me if you need recommendations for anything :D
  12. This is called living a principled life. Good for...

    This is called living a principled life. Good for you. I hope the fallout isn't too hot, and you never know: maybe calling out the bully on his behavior is the kick in the pants he needs. Good luck.
  13. Well you liked SF and SF isn't those other places...

    Well you liked SF and SF isn't those other places - go outside the city and things are quite different anywhere!

    I live in the city and wouldn't live in Petaluma/Novato/Rohenert Park/Marin etc....
  14. I don't know if that's sexism but it certainly...

    I don't know if that's sexism but it certainly sounds very hostile.

    Do and say what will let you sleep at night over the coming years. The consequence is likely to be losing your job, but from my...
  15. Potrero Hill is awesome - I've lived here for 10+...

    Potrero Hill is awesome - I've lived here for 10+ years. But expensive! Try Mission Bay, Dogpatch and SOMA too for similar areas in terms of weather and walkability, tho P Hill is the best :D
  16. Oh jeez - when I was your age I threw everything...

    Oh jeez - when I was your age I threw everything I thought I'd need into a backpack and jumped on a plane from the UK to the US with no job to go to, and no place to stay except a couple couches to...
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    Shopping with a friend right now: over the course...

    Shopping with a friend right now: over the course of 6 months 3 fails
    My last horse: bought after 3 failed PPEs over the course of 2 years

    All the "fails" were pretty solid for me - navicular,...
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    Airline points credit cards - which?

    Who has one? Multiple? How does it all work? Which to choose?

    I'm doing a lot of travel for work and want to take advantage of the rewards!
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    I boarded at a barn with a timer on the arena...

    I boarded at a barn with a timer on the arena lights - after an hour they went out. Bit of a shock the first few times!

    My barn now has a sprayer on the hose that obviously shuts off if you don't...
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    I think the issue might be defining "good care" -...

    I think the issue might be defining "good care" - it's my understanding that Carl turns all his horses out a lot. In big fields. With friends. That's something that's very important to him from the...
  21. Smart'n'Final - sounds like a discount funeral...

    Smart'n'Final - sounds like a discount funeral parlor to me...

    Jiffy Lube - Jiffy is a brand of condom in the UK where I am from, so needless to say this one's a bit of a :eek: to me...

    The...
  22. Renzo Sean is nice, Eddie Coddana...

    Renzo Sean is nice, Eddie Coddana too
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    Dianese equestrian gear?

    Anyone tried it? Motorbike company that makes some really nice looking equestrian gear, based on my visit to the bike shop the other day:

    http://www.dainese.com/us_en/equestrian

    They said they...
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    I grew up riding in the UK and moved to the US 18...

    I grew up riding in the UK and moved to the US 18 years ago so about 50/50 in each place. My experience is that in the UK people are much more used to the horsey lifestyle, and more people from all...
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    I think there's a difference between *having* to...

    I think there's a difference between *having* to do something when you're out on the range, at work, for the sake of an animal's health, and doing it for fun, or to win a prize.

    So many rodeo...
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